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    October 10, 2012
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>> i think so. by tay, ea. renin wl over a thousand theaters. >> sean: i did okay. what's my grade? >> you -- you -- you were a 9. >> i want to bring him back for part 3. >> sean: im taking you up on . yoomw n. fi a vegas casino mogul, taking on president obama. >> i will be damned if i want him to lecture me about small business and jobs. i'm a job creator. bu-eai o ockd le a tate wynn has a lot more. and you will hear it all. the fwluf gloves about to come off in kentucky, vice-president joe biden versus congressman paul rya atyasuugurks ahe t ptr 11? the congress grilled the state
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department and the white house continues to dodge the issue. why the dodge? coverup or incompetence? >> initial assessments in the immediate after of the tack inenghi were. it aert- sente fatof what ambassador right rice said and others said, with the limited faces that we had available to us that time. >> let's understand, there was no protest. and cerasevthnd t ote v.nd speaking of video, the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time, also clearly had ir fe tis ak. wi l, g rtth day, never once did a person ever mention a video. never. and i am fascinated to know and unrsta from the president of searte f tte frothe
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baorthit tions, how they can justify that this video caused this attack. it was a terrorist attack. >> this is a huge story. because u have the state department nowasically saying at oa syiha rnasngt ar inwa lying and susan rice was lying and anybody else from the regime who went out and tried to blame what happened to our ambass dar at benghazi and ly bife. o this video, were attack, told "60 minutes" that regarding mitt romney's response to the attacks, scifically in egt, the president said that mney has a tendency to shoot first and aim l. ma of video, that apparently has absolutely nothing to do with the attack on benghazi, that there wasn't even
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a protest outsi o benghazi post, didn't president obama shoot first a aimat? >>stf aak i noot cetweno is is a moving picture. and people who on the night of an aack, or the day after claim they know all the facts... without making clear that wha inat neied oliry ight. and they're, in some cases, trying to politicize a situation that suld not be politicized. >> given the information that you saw on tv and your knowledge yomeaonio tation in libya, acr whether it was based on some film that was on the internet? >> it was instantly recognizable to me as a terrorist attack. esisinya snc
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>>t. >> yes, sir, they are more established than we are. >> where in the heck where we before 9/11, this 9/11? why weren't we questioning it then? 230 security incidents inya eene o0nd j of 2012. two were in terror attacks and we are saying i think it's the rule of a video on youtube. i am goi to tll youhi fr eglle i waddles like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's a duck. >> let's look at what ambassador rice hself said. our current assessment is that qu i fnily ad in benghi was... an rion. i don't know what the phrase in fact means in diplomatic legalese, i can tell what you it
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means in a courtroom. mr. chairman, it means it's a . thuruen, c e a nitietts y straight? former u.n. ambassador john bolton is here. so, are you satisfied? >> no, look, the administration made up its mind what the reality was, whether it was vihe itomedovup, wer incompetence, at this point, we don't know the answe to that. but we know one thing, unmistakeably. they were flatly wrong. they got it wrong before the tack, they got it wrong after the attack. soechlyhe a wing itrong n , ths demonstration, these people cannot be left in the same room with national security. >> greta: you say they are getting wrong, they have got it wrong, but it's more than that. why are they still dog it? sest?rehetry t stenede today,
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initial assessment and the immediate aftermath of the attack in benghazi were made, it was a government-wide assessment that the foundation of what ambassador rice said, was the video. that i ptlngt t seartd afeel,reas nothing niewsh, no protest that day, so why jay carney is pushing that today. and if you wonder if that's just the state department saying that last night. go to the testimony today and you find out from t tesmony toy byhe sepen eye ngveio th esy t n, i e. so for what is jay carney -- why is he still doing this? >> i think it's the president's view that it was the video. at's why i think it's ideology. look, i understandeople say the aisioyith a cup wi ciet w coverup buzz that would acknowledge that they understood reality. it was inconvenient and they were trying to obscure it. i fear it's more the ideology --
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>> greta: but ideology has to thisfaug tme sofac eid- h aino ith the video in the state department. they say, at 8:30 at night when the ambassador went outside, there is nothing unusual. there has been nothing unusual during the day all outside. where does presint o get e vire l ahi qio onm s dtmto the white house? before the white house started talking through jay carny and through others and through, as carney says, the administrationwide assessment, hiest iothow long thates? g: ea tta department knew on the night of september 11 that there was no protest, there was no video. that this was an attack. then have you the president as deep into it as seember 18, exis and terrorists used
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this, meaning the video, as an excuse to attack t variety of embassies, including libya. the director of terrorism cente begr twe ll i touof a orack. has anybody phoned up the president? >> there is a pattern here. this comes from the president. the day after the attack, patrick kennedy, who briefed the hill, th thought it was a geg po a sgeeedy ce t w w dtl h, who want to. so when you say, where is this problem coming from? it all points to th president. you can criticize susan rice all you want. i knowome republicans have called for her to recipe, it is not he f - saatt' tsi looric mg this up, since there is no facts to suggest it -- >> the war on terrorism is over, al qaeda's been defeated. sweetness and light have broken out in libya -- >> greta: no, no,o.
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beee s ahe cr convention, essentially al qaeda isurn control and to the fund-raisers in san francisco a couple of nights ago that al qaeda is on its heel, he want its to look like for the election that he is winning the war on terrorism. i wouldatve st eo. teonda one of the witnesses that said that al qaeda's in libya and it's growing. >> yeah. i don't think he can process that reality. i take a different view. i would rather it was a coverup becausthat indicates a greater wo that as gene kirkpatrick once said, the blame america first mentality. it was that video. we provoked those poor people -- blame america,on't blame them. once the president gets in that drill,e hou iya to tngou ain hean vde 'takeom it. here's another question, though. other than a few preliminary
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remarks by hillary clinton, also on the video point, where has she been? i still think the great unanswered question is why she wasn't on those fiveunda s g: inew er thshhenett and she was wasn't going to say it's the video when it wasn't. let me say one other thing, whether is ideology or political reasons- bog are lousy. >> they're wrong. >> greta: th are wrong. i agree with that. >> it's a tgedy a ucan miv >>taanu, >> it is obvious to everyone, but apparently the obama administration, hou oversight committee share chair, darrell ice awhen your ambassado is itroy terrorism.-- we spoke to congressman issa. did you learn today anything about the security that concerns you? >> it does. what concerns us is that the screer professionals on ground wereayin-- this isultiple
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ofonov t t idhaeses heresi t urces they needed to protect their diplomatic missions. and ultimately, those warnings were not heeded and resources were cut down to the level of septemr 11. >> greta: how were the warngs? were they as unt ais lyers,ns oute setng st ois it like, things are getting rugged here and we are getting a little concerned? >> some of the diplomatic correspondents from the itcr tole. himself described a nature. they were in actual cables. but more importantly, they were reporting on an almost successful attempt to murder the ambassador, the successful looting of the tukesian consulatingh ep aksnd k y enough, ambationz dorkennedy said, only 20% of them we in benghazi.
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now, 20% of 234 sounds like an awful lot of violent attks. guabout al qaeda. i'd al qaeda in libya. what is the status. >> al qaeda's in libya, our career professionals say they are stronger stronger stronger . we didn't have any ambiguity in the marks there. th's ptf wthele , ohiav rseyte rt yet. ultimately, al qaeda is getting a foothold through allied organizations, some of whom have the cover of the government. >> greta: is al qaeda growing approximate? we are following everything in foay asibaigh now,ee dunisn cian s talaeda is on its heels, meaning we are having some really good work and putting them back. the evidence -- the testimony today sparked my interest that >>hen ve a oiznowi. aoukeibib
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nationals, willing to work with and do the bidding of al qaeda, that means they're not on their heels in that country. if ultimately, you could eliminate all the global al qaeda people, great. orza.that nd o s rgath r tenpt libya, in afghanistan, and iraq. those chapters can operate in coordination or independently as they did in libya. >> greta: has congress denied any reqsts fromhe state rt m tfp cu a oas? ant at all. we didn't get into the general accountability report that showed a tremendous waste and need for a comprehensive review, particularly as the security and the budget they were operating on, on september 11, hd a rifoc 1 cr 1ubns, bipartisan by any stasheds, voted for that funding that they are living on tod. >> greta: one of the sort of...
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startling piece of information da tnel t fe hitheedar the state department was monitoring this event in benghazi in real time, receiving phone calling, started at 9:40 p.m., and the state department s monitorg it. wama, e deparentd e es tthwe ot. ptest is what the oma administration, white house has said in the beginning, that led -- because of a video. so completely different story. you agree? >> absolutely. that's one of the sad parts about this. yohad realro ak, fi-pinltelhe administration is still trying to cling to that precious week of implying that things were okay, it was just an incited video from somebody in los angeles, nothing could be further fr the truth. >> gta: do g iho a ha fin,
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ed peculiar. we have all lived through 9/11. it's our embassy and an attack. it seems it has all the earmarks of terrorism. there was no information, even our state departmeniting abaeoh w pst ea d including ambassador rice, why push that story? >> it wasn't necessarily the early days, this was the whole week they pushed this wrong story. we were bafed. the only explaining wee heardroeos,t, ththa conditions are bad. conditions were so bad in libya they had upped the hazardous pay to our foreign service officers, all the time we were reducing the appearance ofecurity. of cy,ye gi yt tyma i oke w peaceful, while they were paying for because the risk was high. >> greta: are you suspicious that it's incompetence in terms -- or misinformation and
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confusio do you think it's a coverup? >> i am conrnedorh. riout the oval office. if on the other hand, it's incompetence and it's bad leadership over four years or more, something that president bush prided himself on... love president bh or nnd cesihefod prg sit fri for our men and women here and around the world. that's important. we need to maintain that competence. i hope we can turn it around. that way, i hope it's not actually polics wh american lis. mo csiwhicdo y thi sima o t ssit aov? t everyone on the day, including democratic colleagues found it hard to believe that confusion lasted a week. some tried to defend it. some stayed away from it. i believe it couldn't have sted sevensheai mira w hyo ev g: ren,nk >>nkou. restht a, the vice-presidential showdown,
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congressman ryan says vice-president biden has achilles heel. what is it? congressman ryan answers that and dk morris is here to talk about the big debate. cooung president obama, saying he will be damned if he wants the president to lecture him. hear what else he has to say. governor chris christie making ♪
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>> rethismut th4 s t caonsmyap with governor rom ne's post-debate mome ?um can vice-president biden make up for president obama's debate disaster? today, congressman ryan saking about the kentuckyhwn ity f time. but what he can't run from is president obama indefensible record. >> greta: dick morris, author of the book, here come the black helicopters, joins us. niceo s y. gto h. reomwig l
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an4ouw mouhoughts on the debate? >> well, it comessa a very important time in the election. romney not only won they and bait last week, but his bounce has bed tas 3 , e vie cty moved up in the polls, even more than he did in the immediate aftermath of the debate. i just saw a poll that was taken in pennsylvania, by a pling firm i tust, jnclauli dein oam pennsylvania by 49-forty46. smith's running very close to casey for the senate. ryan needs to keep that momentum up approximate this election costweolia d a policy person. a young person and an old person. i think on both scores, ryan will really help romney.
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we have to realize how much of obama's appeal isenio v.ebwi 25 ora 25-year, i guess, difference in age, and one who is kind of a haard regular old-time bomb baftic politician, and the other, a very incisive, sharp cuolsohi ryave a tremendous edge. the other thing is that ryan wrote the romney program. this is not just a candidate for v.p., his the intellectual leader of the republican party day. t bpheat aolcaatke now, it's like mickey mantle coming to bat because he -- he wrote all ofhese programs. he knows these budgets. he knows these figures and biden i kysinodoguely aqadit emweant
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decisive. i think we are looking now at a whole new band of states coming into play, michigan, pennsylvania, new jersey. a bunch of state that nobody >>reta: all rht. near play. sa w bece a u et cesyao el if, instead, that it's a tie? essentially both gentlemen do about the same, no one dazzles anybody and everybody wal away, saying no one kill the other one >> that has to heomne he i t s. s ene wovg. yow,rem beginning to wonder, jus tonight, if the romney move in the last couple of days is debate bounce or lya pull. i think that the white house tripping over itself on this vest a tt precti its own diplomats and hillary's being a.w.o.l. is really hurting the administration. and it might be that it's pulling romney up.
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>> greta: you know, for the curi -- nn, ous e ri mre faes destroyed, everything about that. but whe you have a dangerous assignment that happens to be the risk. i think there is a loof pain to go aroun the fact that the administration,hough, i't givinghe sghor eaerhit, o peou be a greater political problem. why don't they tell us what happened? >> why did they lie to us ifr for a week -- >> greta: you tell m! >> cut an ad and run it i stmiheind olinr i oed condemning the terror attack that it was. the answer is that there are two things that are holding obama up. the g.m. victory, where we only lost $30 billi, and the killing of nad d asaiha t or aul securities issue from him that he is winning because of
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bin laden. so he covered itp and tried to make it a response to an inflammatory video. it's a coverup. pexit bst well,t cin ckanou ieo cming out, yesterday, here come the black helicopters. it is about the united nations imposing taxes on the united states, through a treaty with e obama administrion. that's the move at i thi is mipem a >>ta well, they're now alerted. thank you, dick. coming up, casino developer steve wynn is boiling mad at presidt obama and it's all caug on t thodd.erent fim next. and president obama had a horrible debate. but that is not stopping him from giving vice-president joe biden advice for his debate tomorrow night. hear the psint's adve to the vice-president, coming up.
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retaaldssht juta ben rlmoussmnd idba s co developer, steve wynn taking a stab at the president over jobs and the economy. listen to the knockout punch. >> i have created about 250,000 direct special indirect jobs, according to t state of nu's,0thctme
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250,000 more than this president, who i will be damned if i want to have him lecture me about sma business and jobs. anone auleye are j ces rk. rentry to put himself gone me and my employees by class warfare, depriicating and calling a group that makes money, billionaires and millionaire who is don't pay their share. bolaye tri, l m years. i can't stand the ideas of being demagogued, put down b a president who has never created any jobs and doesn't understand how the economy works. ovocm icrn ies steve wynnave a re >> gt agrat to be on,. >> greta: overstock.com has over 100,000 employees.
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you are a large employers. a cious autou tht te ws rks re himn style or substance. where would you like mto start? >> greta: you pick. let's start with substance. >> i will go on substance. steve wynn is a smart guy, he does have a very deep detandofhe enomy us t- h d'tte heuts a lot and expects everyone to salute. i think this is an exercise in what freud called the narcissism of petty differences. you see two people wh are very ch ake and youhinkhe ullikeh o t alabg,t' eubn demts they are much more similar than they are different. they both believe in central planning. tax policy eye listen to -- since u called this afternoon, sh.isted on tthoou axo, pde ams b- is a tinkerer
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and the medicare, the affordable care act is an example. 2700 pages of tinkering. you listen to steve wynn and he is talking aboutixing edioketh tate t sdents do this, tax credit for this and that. the only way to fix edution is school vouchers. so to me, they are both an example of, in the london school whehenos a g profeoral enndy going to go in with screw drivers and tirvegger and fine-tune. it i am afraid the democrats are guilty of haand the republicans are there. they have different constituencies they are tryg up. realht wrekirom w aum hypothetical, first one, president obama is re-elected. second one, governor romney wins. a year from now, are you -- which presidency is going to
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likely -- are you likel to hire >> w that's a tough one because -- i think the right way to understand this is, you go to a dentist and you say, i have a tooth ache. he gives you novacane and you say, no, no,av c he gaves novacane. it's okay. but at some point, have you to if i can the pblem. george bush started it. barack obama has given bigger doses. don't see mittne mt eyba ate isd s itan gsba could fix things a little bit better. but all i hear from either is various forms ofigger and bigger doses of nove novocai and not fixinghe ctl, stioros. eral level, who gave
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more novocain supported more job, but neither of them are taking the institutional reform that we need to have. >> greta: all right. five seconds. who are you voting for? buamur.'have to tell. ere paul. he is the only one who -- ron paul. he is the only one who understands the constitution and believes in limited government. >> greta: thank you. coming up, vice-presidenten goor ry,ut h jusot festbo itilou hear what the advice i you will hear it from our political panel, next. in two minutes, governor chris christie at it again with a new prediction. what does he say will happen w? shld ae b wed ts. ♪
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edon ssi'so mend angry in the next two debates. >> he will say awful things about mitt romney and paul ryan. they are already saying that mitt romney is a liar. they are already saying that the gse saidn de w w'true t di him right them? he didn't because they were true. now he is scrambling, trying to explain it. then he will start to get even meaner and nastier. this guy is going to take whatever shot canak a tt ry he n f s we hve b r >>taatyohi will governor christie's latest prediction come true? back in 2. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body imoon ndso stinmot stgivn ua e risy body at rest tends to stay at rest... but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain
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a parking garage collapse at a community college in miami, kill itould go peoplan iurin at lea er refflsay wr ilapinubof the garage, which was under construction. they say a paramedic and a doctor are with that person and it could take hours, even days to rescue him. authorities say no stunts were in the area at the time. the u.s. adoge cytce armstrongalcy alleged blood doping, stripping the seven-time tour de france champion of his medals in august. 11 forare former teammates testifie agns himhe u sotid susf piro t sport has ever seen. armstrong maintains he never cheated. back to greta. >> greta: republicans and comoaft democrats agree, president obama's debate buatn' sedro ngic teid
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>> what's your message to joe biden, about tomorrow night? >> well, i -- you know, i think joe needs to be joe busas wrong ryan is... ones. and joe understands that. >> sean: so, should vice-president biden take his boss's advice? joining us, our political panel, michael crowley, bobcuko mil,oele j- that good advice? >> up to a point. there is good joe and bad joe. so joe needs to moderate his joe-ness. his strength is that i think he can come across as a little bit prendwioereanhae ronyala the budget that ryan and romney are running on, saying it favors the wealthy and it will cut medicare, a very popular entitlements progr. you don't want joe doi his
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gaffe thinggettg car ay thhes m oen rot' a she h pretty goods in the debates and against palin last time around. >> i think there is -- it's a fascinating debate becse there is no clear favorite. i could see either man winning. bide pid has the fei poly buuln n h hom rf t bue t y, emy jobs and entitlement reform. that's what make this is so fascinatg. biden has to stop the momentum from romney. romney/ryan has the momentum. it is to joe biden. ga.l loo fhe if l a democratic convention, i think that joe biden did a better job of driving the message home than president obama did. we remember him saying, g.m.'s ale and bin laden's dead. if he canet mab >>tagn j vice-president biden than paul
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ryan? >> i think he needs to go back for the president and go hard on offense. i think you will see him hit real hard on the auto bailout and dha sep rnd . rvo fnd and mitt romney opposed it. >> greta: the president admits he had a bad night. how does he recover? >> he has a sports mentality. i thi it was smart to publicly ny thisdoabit thhe cin pithe go at romney. but the obama campaign of attack romney, after he won the debate. i thought that was an odd strategy because we will have to see president obama on the attack. th's what rishre wdegp, se in date.m that's where obama has to be on the attack, but also not look too mean because he does have the likeable edge over mitt romney. he can't lose that. >> greta: how do do youhat pren antknhettoo
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a? t'al t, ga. wh you lose t first debate, al gore learned this in 2000. it can get in your head. he sighed too much the first time and the second time tdidn't work well. sothin elstime, you try le rn rs. so gch u't of g with a strong performance. everybody's telling you do this, do that and they are watching so much more carefully. but you have the balance right. i think that -- i think a core deedlem is that his b i tag heid has t ve the red meat, saying, i'm a fighter and appeal to the middle. that's a tough balance. >> greta: did he sell to you that he wanted the job,id you get sense he really want this is job? i k re hoe ve a sd- a y venhe lal pundits notice he doesn't have a forward-looking agend a. the tax
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fund is the tax fund he rawn -- ran on four years ago. i don't think there is mucho lo forrd tsoeoe >> dra aki rds er worg iha performance. and now, he didn't mention 47%, joe biden has to mention that, very early on. the donors, the democratic donors are concerned. ther is angst on one side or eray y ean sne ntte. sed w i more. the next couple of years, for either president might be gridlock and drudgery and not doing much. and it may seem lik obama didn't want to dootny. reth t j t pren i to navigate that. i will take the last word. stand by. national security, health care, the americans get to rate the obama administration. so did it pass orail? see the scores next. you never know whall hap ivrsmnou
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rate the administration on it is big issues. and the results, a majority saying the obama administration has mostly failed on health care, the economy and jobs. now, the good grade for president obottomma was the national security. were bk wiurolal ne b,seol- ey don't -- what are your thoughts? >> not good. he does not have a strong hand. he can still win, of course, but whether it's obamacare or the stimulus, the polls show not ha t anhoh erite nt deadly attacks in libya. that's one of the things that the president was so proud of. he said a year ago, he was so proud that the u.s. image had been burnished and that is now a problem for him. >> greta: i thought one was prglt c. %ay myuced 48% say mostly failed. that's his signature program. >> that's his signature program. i think that number should be higher. fithink if mitt romney were making a more forceful case on
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ths jhearc enomy mt es >> greta: i think it's a sensitive area for the governor, health care. >> obviously! >>yeah. >> greta, people may say, you know, why is the race close? whare the polls showing the pridens lng eyum nnol aby erl aby,ha newumber today, obama is above 50%, romney is in negative territory in a lot of polling. pele seem to like the president, even though they are sappointed on his record on a iser ry g u i aby ow idgoing up or down, if you remember from the last polls? >> i don't know what the recent trend is. but romney has closed the gap. i me, he was badly -- he was nus bdr aes csedt a i asnaks the campaign. but he has been pretty steady
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with a likeability advantage throughout the campaign anthe duration of his presidency, there has been a gap between the issues and his job approl and hi pernal lbi. e whaopre yiwedf lehi guy, even if we don't know what he is doing. >> greta: were the people really -- if you look at the polls and say he has mostly failed improving health care and image and stimulating the economy and creating js, you y hetlle t keim h. iee- t. >> greta: it's almost like the congeniality award. >> i think that george bush had that over john kerry and al gore and i think the obama campaign is ride the likli- re w w yhe ofos peal polls, or the one that succeeded? >> liked. >> greta: you too? >> who do you want to have a beer with? i hate to boil it down, but if this is one thing you need to know about thelection, that ght be it.
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neooorike >>s t brought romney's likeability up, when he got serious about the taxes. i think the issues brought up his likeability. >> greta: certainly, it certainly -- h g a bce s. y aco i e t, tee e economy is the most important thing, i think. >> greta: panel, thank you. coming up, your last call, mrs. romney takes on morning television. but it's live tv and nothing goes as planned. see at happenedext kee afo dealer with a little q&a for fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event?
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